Career: Appeared in 22 games as a midfielder through his junior season... Collected 11 ground balls and caused four turnovers while taking one shot.
2014: Appeared in 15 games as a short-stick defensive midfielder... Collected seven ground balls and caused four turnovers... Tallied the first shot of his career vs. Penn (Mar. 8)... Caused a career-high two caused turnovers vs. Providence (Apr. 26)... Matched a career-high two ground balls vs. Maryland (Mar. 14). BIG EAST: Appeared in five BIG EAST contests... Collected two ground balls and caused four turnovers in conference action.
2013: Appeared in five games as a midfielder, including three conference contests and both games in the BIG EAST Championship... Collected three ground balls... Registered a career-high two ground balls vs. Providence (Apr. 27)... Picked up one ground ball vs. St. John's (Apr. 13). BIG EAST: Appeared in three conference matches against St. John's (Apr. 13), Notre Dame (Apr. 20) and Providence (Apr. 27)... Collected one ground ball vs. St. John's (Apr. 13).
2012: Appeared in two games vs. Princeton (Mar. 13) and Providence (Apr. 28)... Collected one ground ball vs. Princeton (Mar. 13). BIG EAST: Appeared in one conference game vs. Providence (Apr. 28).
Potomac School: Earned four varsity letters under Cabell Maddux and Ian Healy, serving as team captain... Named a 2011 All Mid-Atlantic Conference selection as a midfielder, leading the team to a conference championship... Also earned four varsity letters in football while being named an All-State performer as a wide receiver and kick returner... All Mid-Atlantic Conference selection at wide receiver... Helped the Potomac School reach an undefeated regular season and berth to the state championship.
Personal: Born November 9th, 1992 in Washington, D.C.... Parents are Michael and Shirley Duffy... Three older brothers, Sean, Patrick and Thomas... Brother, Patrick, played two years of football at the University of Virginia... Enrolled as an Economics major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.